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turning an engine over to check fuel flow only works on engines with mechanical fuel pumps
all electric pumps should produce full flow as soon as the ignition is turned on
if you have a efi car then have the fuel pressure checked at the fuel manifold as that will show a faulty pump, regulator problem or blockages to vents or hoses.
if in need pads are at 60% then more then likely its the type of pad. lower grade pads will make noise vs the higher end pads. some times you can take them off and sand them down a little, but that only works for a while
Some tire pressure monitoring systems don't care if the wheels were put back on in the same position they were in originally.Unfortunately I think Subaru's do.If the light hasn't turned within a few miles of driving you will need to have your monitoring system reset.Most tire shops have the needed scanners but if they don't,do you Have a Discount Tire in your area? The last I heard they do this for free.Good Luck!
Jaguar recommends the highest grade of gas for the best overall performance. usually this is between 91 and 95 octane, however many of our Jaguar customers just put the mid- or low grade fuel in the car. Now you can do this but the performance and in most cases the gas mileage wont be as good as the premium gas.
The way I see it is if jaguar did all that testing and engineering for that car and they came to the conclusion that it works best with high octane then i would do it. But hey, its your choice, i hope i helped you out.
The code may go away by itself after a few restarts. You can also try clearing the code by taking the vehicle Auto Zone, Advance Auto or another chain parts place and using their loaner scanner to complete the task.
It doesn't matter what either one of them said. On my car it recommends a .45 gap, I run mine at .32 as it gets a better spark using less energy to jump the gap. On a self inductive ignition system, a good spark is very important. If this were my car, I would drop it down to .35 and the plugs will last longer, and have better performance. There is absolutely no reason you should EVER gap them at .60. This is a low RPM motor, so .40 would be ok, but I would personally put them at .35, and roll with it.